December is rather quiet when it comes to video games, so when something as precious as Trine 2 is released, there is about every reason to get excited. One, because Frozenbyte's title looks absolutely gorgeous. Two, because this new adventure can finally be shared with friends. With more puzzles based on physics, platform and combat, this sequel should please the fans and convince those who had missed the first episode. Add to that the fact that it will only cost you $14.99 (12.99€) to acquire the PC version, a real bargain considering the overall quality of the game. Here are two videos in 1080p and 60 fps to prove our point, PC version obviously (note that the minor slowdowns you might see are due to Fraps). Update: Added two gameplay videos.
@Sdarts: its even tagged as a walking simulator on steam. Think ill pass for now :P (1 Hour ago)
I can dock without fear now. (3 Hours ago)
For those that haven't played What Remains of Edith Finch yet, just make sure you have 3-4 hours available and go play it. It's absolutely briliant! If you liked Inside, you will like this game. (6 Hours ago)
@digi_matrix: You were so right about What Remains of Edith Finch. One of the best games I have ever had the pleasure to play. This year... this fucking year in games!!! What a time to be alive. (6 Hours ago)
@GriftGFX: always use protection. (11 Hours ago)
Hope my screen protector comes soon so I can finish setting up my Switch. I aint docking it naked. (12 Hours ago)
Looking on NeoGAF I found info that it concerns a character Third-person action game. Free to play is also mentioned but it's all a bit unclear if that's the same project. (13 Hours ago)